What Should You Know About Pumping Your Septic Tank During Winter?

30 June 2016
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If your home is serviced by a septic tank rather than the public sewer system, you may find yourself inadvertently taking an "out of sight, out of mind" approach to your tank in the absence of a monthly sewer bill. While septic tanks are efficient miniature ecosystems that utilize enzymes and bacteria to significantly reduce the volume of solid and liquid waste, they do need to be pumped on a regular basis -- and if you find yourself dealing with a full or nearly full septic tank in the dead of winter, you may wonder whether having this underground tank pumped while the ground is frozen is even an option. Read More 

Six Good Industrial Applications For Laser Cutting

31 March 2016
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Laser cutting, developed in the mid-1960s, is a highly-directed cutting technique that harnesses the power of a laser beam to make a precise, finished cut in any number of materials, from steel to plastic to paper. Advantages to using laser cutting include the absence of any frayed edges, the ability to cut complex shapes and little contamination from the cutting surface (as you might have with blades or knives.) Laser cutting technology also uses less energy than many other types of cutting techniques and can save a business money by not requiring expensive, custom-made cutting tools. Read More 

Reasons Why Santa Claus Wants You To Have A Metal Roof

14 November 2014
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Are you thinking about having a new roof installed? Are you wondering what you'll tell your children about the whole process? Here are some qualities that should be important to everyone involved: Weight bearing: Santa Claus knows that metal roofing can hold his sleigh with ease, so he has no concerns about leaving Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donder, Blitzen and Rudolph on a metal roof while he's delivering presents to the children of the home. Read More 

Precision Watch Movements Require Precision Tools

11 November 2014
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Have you ever wondered how Swiss watches are crafted? Such tiny and delicate parts could only be the work of invisible little hands, right? No, it doesn't really work that way. The tools the watch makers use look as though they could be the tools of elves, but micro tools are crafted this small for many reasons. For the purpose of making and fixing watches, watch makers and repair technicians need the following micro tools, which your company could manufacture and fill a need. Read More